BiSH Vandalize Conventional Idol-ness and Create Their Own Future! New MV “DEADMAN” Released!
BiSH attack the concept of typical idols in the MV for their major label debut single “DEADMAN” (release date: May 4)!
The MV casts their destruction of buildings in Asakusa and Akihabara. Asakusa is one of the most important places in regards to traditional Japanese culture and Akihabara is the centre of idol culture in Japan. This implies that they snap up the conventional Japanese and idol culture and make their own culture as BiS did so.
What is the most BiSH-like scene in the MV is the last part where Momoko Gumi Company falls into a trap on the beach. This is a parody of Japanese variety shows and clearly shows they never forget their mischieviousness even though they become a major idol group.
Their degree of seriousness can be read from the fact that the other song “earth” included in the single is produced by legendary hitmaker Tetsuya Komuro. “DEADMAN” can be downloaded for free limited only for 24 hours here. Do not be left behind as BiSH continues to break the rules and make a new world!
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